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ISAAC FINDLER 1809-1888 Cheddleton Staffordshire artist of Daniel and the Lions dated 1846 is held 
at the Staffordshire County Museum Collection Shrugborough painted 1846.  Painter and decorator by 

Born the 9th March 1844 to the 5th May 1869 of Hall Gate Horton. 
Friends with the artist Herbert Wilson Foster, The Rev. James Badnall of Endon Staffordshire.
Source A History Of The Ancient Parish Of Leek by John Sleigh 1883 
In 1516 Two Thomas Hethes and others gave facts about a murder.  One of the accused had stayed at 
Hugh Hethe's overnight.  Accuracy agreed and sealed by the two Thomas Hethes William Heth and 

In 1526 a group of men invaded the smithy including Hugh Heth of Horton.
In 1604 Robert Heath of Horton is referred to in the Quarter Sessions as a Alehouse Keeper.  Is 
this the Robert Heath living 1569 or the Robert Heath who died between 1619 and 1620 or is it 
another Robert Heath?

Thomas Meaykin Minister of Rushton departed this life March 14th 1716.  Was buried March 18th 1717.
This is not a typing error but the end of a Year and the beginning of the New Year.

Also I would like to say thank you to Iris Johnson my mother who was very interested  and active in 
the initial stages, after an article in the Evening Sentinel in 1986 about how to trace your family 
in Staffordshire wrote letters and meeting new relatives. Arthur Wood, George 
Bowyer, Charlotte Bould,Harold Owen, Norah Proctor, Mary Cartlidge, Brian Endicott Morgan, Bruce 
Shaak Doreen Heath, Mary Turner,  Gladys Winifred Oliver, Mary Breeze Dennis Heath, and Peter Clive 
Jackson all deceased, and also to the many other relatives, whom have contributed, since 1986.
I have gone to every effort to check accuracy on all entries on this site.  Please contact me if 
you have any doubts about odd items.
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